Best-selling author of Flipside,It's A Wonderful Afterlife takes a quantum leap forward into the afterlife, includes interviews with scientists discussing the source of consciousness, comparing near death experiences (NDE) with between life sessions (LBL), and includes interviews with people who claim to be speaking from the afterlife. There are a new between life sessions with astounding claims of contact with the afterlife, with experiencing God and understanding life's journey. Volume One has interviews with scientists, people who've experienced near death and between life sessions. Dr. Bruce Greyson discusses consciousness, Mario Beauregard discusses his field of neuroscience and the afterlife. Includes transcripts of between-life hypnosis sessions. Volume Two includes interviews with hypnotherapists, scientists like Gary Schwartz and others, transcripts from LBL sessions, and controversial "conversations" with people who are no longer on the planet. The author explores his own unconventional journey to this research, and includes a between life session of his own. Extensively researched, breathtaking in scope, It's a Wonderful Afterlife takes the reader on a wild ride, across the yellow brick road, into the Great Beyond.
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Richard Martini continues his casual discussion of Consciousness as seen through his experiences with friends, or their past life hypnotic regressions, or by what experts have to say. I like the conversational tone and easy going manner.
Some of the Consciousness-related books delve deeply into philosophy or physics and the books by Richard Martini give me a breather and some fun. I'm still struggling to understand some of the harder books, and won't review one until I finish it, and despair that I'll ever finish or understand (slightly) some of the tough Consciousness exploring books with all the speed of light, protons or electrons going through 2 holes, and discussion of space and time . . .
It's a Wonderful Afterlife's 2 books, and the Flipside book before that, are a pleasure and easy reads and remind me what got me curious about the whole subject of a consciousness beyond our brain matter. Richard Martini has lots of stories, and connections, and it's fun listening to him.
I had to return both volumes. Very poor production standards. You could hear trucks, birds, and other outdoor noise while the reader was reading. Background noise was just awful.
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